fortunate enough to make it through steel dealing with the aftereffects, millions without power and water, thousands displaced from their homes. here in manhattan the power is still out downtown or, as we refer to it now, little north carolina. (laughter) for more on the city and the aftereffects of hurricane sandy we go to al madrigal. al, what's the scene like downtown, al? (laughter) >> john, downtown's still devastated. many tunnels filled with sea water, grocery stores emptied and there's been no electricity since the substation exploded just around there up 14th street. (laughter). >> jon: al, what is that strapped to your back, al? >> oh, yeah, it's a machete, john. see, there's two types of folks still down here in no-juice town. (laughter) people with machetes and dead people without machetes. (laughter).